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Carrier Module Accepts PCIe Edge-Type Modules

May 6, 2021
The ATC125 features an onboard x16 PCI Express Gen3 slot that handles standard PCI Express edge-type modules, and dual 100 GbE connected to fabric channels.

This article appeared in Military & Aerospace Electronics and has been published here with permission.

VadaTech Inc. recently introduced the ATC125 embedded-computing carrier module for demanding computational tasks.

The ATC125 carrier module has an onboard x16 PCI Express Gen3 slot to accept a standard PCI Express edge-type module, and has dual 100 Gigabit Ethernet connected to the fabric channels and dual Gigabit Ethernet to the base channels.

The Intel Core X-series includes as much as 128 GB of DDR4 memory, and an option for trusted platform management (TPM).

The X-series is fitted with two AVX-512 fused multiply-add (FMA) units. The new Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (AVX-512) instruction set extensions deliver 512-bit vector operations capabilities, with as much as two FMA instructions to accelerate performance for demanding computational tasks.

The ATC125 can accommodate a dual-width PCI Express module with the dual-width ATCA front-panel option, expanding the board pitch from 1.2 to 2.4 inches. The front panel contains USB 3.0, video, RS-232, and dual 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports.

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